Financial services corporations provide excellent day trading stocks. Bank of America, for example, is one of the most highly traded stocks per shares traded per trading session.1 Bank of America is a prime candidate for day trading, despite the banking system being viewed with increased skepticism, as the industry has demonstrated systemic speculative activity.
Bank of America’s trading volume is high, making it a relatively liquid stock. For the same reasons, Wells Fargo also makes for a very popular day-trading stock. Both of these stocks have high trading volumes and uncertain industrial conditions.